The Rapper

Series 2 - Episode 4 The Rapper

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Review

The route for the Olympic torch relay is in chaos because the deliverance team has pledged the impossible and the nonsensical, that the torch “will be within the reach of 95 per cent of the population”. The solution? Alter the geography of Britain, at least theoretically, so now, announces infrastructure head Graham Hitchins, pointing to a map: “I’ve moved Nottingham a lot closer to Sheffield.”

The clueless pinheads at PR company Perfect Curve, meanwhile, have dreamed up a rap song to accompany a planned Olympics sexual health campaign, which results in an excruciating meeting between resolutely non-hip deliverance boss Ian and a rapper. It’s a great final episode, a zinger at the end of a too-brief series.

Summary

Siobhan and the Olympic Deliverance team help to organise a major sexual health campaign, complete with a rap song that could upset the Catholic competitors. Spoof documentary, starring Hugh Bonneville and Jessica Hynes. Narrated by David Tennant.

Cast & Crew

Ian Fletcher Hugh Bonneville
Kay Hope Amelia Bullmore
Nick Jowett Vincent Franklin
Graham Hitchins Karl Theobald
Siobhan Sharpe Jessica Hynes
Fi Healey Morven Christie
Daniel Stroud Samuel Barnett
Mini Steppah Osy Ikhile
David Tennant
Director John Morton
Executive Producer Jon Plowman
Producer Paul Schlesinger
Writer John Morton
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Comedy